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3 Black women couldn’t find a place their families felt safe

12 mins | Sep 1, 2022
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So, they bought a town. In a time of renewed threats to the sense of safety among African Americans, three women founded a place dubbed Freedom, Georgia, a model of Black self-determination that could soon be the latest idyllic Black settlement community. Jewel Wicker explores their story of the highs and lows of building what many see as a utopian vision for Black life in America from scratch.
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